Monthly Archives: June 2012

ICP Disrespects Pro Wrestling – ICP lists “Chris Benoit” as a new song title

The Insane Clown Posse spent Sunday and Monday shooting a video for the song “Chris Benoit” which is the lead single from their upcoming “Mighty Death Pop” album. “It’s about the loss of sanity,” Violent J told the Detroit Free Press. “It’s about the snapping, that moment of panic.”


Fucking disgusting

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Help Police Catch Sex Offender Juggalo – Santa Cruz County’s Most Wanted – Mark Wayne Greer

Mark Wayne Greer
Wanted for: Failure to register as a convicted sex offender
Age: 30
Description: 6-foot-1, 250 pounds, brown hair and brown eyes. Tattoo of a Juggalo on neck
Resident: Santa Cruz
Details: The felony warrant was issued as a result of Greer’s failing to appear in court after being charged with failure to register as a convicted sex offender.
Agency: Santa Cruz Police Department

Juggalo gang member chargeed in gang-related graffiti case – Juggalos want to destroy school

Recent vandalism at a Helena elementary school has authorities investigating the possible presence of a gang known as the Juggalos in the area. Last week, the principal at Jim Darcy School reported graffiti on the main building of the school and a basketball court. Lewis and Clark County Sheriff Leo Dutton said the tagging in black spray paint included “Jhuggalo 4 Life” “JH4LICP” and “Woop Woop.”

The name Juggalo started as a reference to fans of the hip-hop group Insane Clown Posse. According to a 2011 National Gang Threat Assessment conducted by the FBI, “Transient, criminal Juggalo groups pose a threat to communities due to the potential for violence, drug use/sales, and their general destructive and violent nature.”

Dutton said his deputies have seen a few signs of Juggalo activity in the area but the school graffiti was the most significant act.

“There have been a few references but it’s not that common,” he said.

The day after the graffiti was found, authorities received a tip that led to a 15-year-old boy suspected of vandalizing the school, Dutton said. The boy was later cited for criminal mischief and referred to juvenile probation.

Dutton said the boy, who claimed to be a Juggalo, admitted to the crime. The case was forwarded to the gang intelligence officer in the sheriff’s office for evaluation and further investigation.

Juggalos have been active nationwide and the FBI classifies the group as a “loosely organized hybrid gang.” Authorities have classified Juggalos as a gang in several states, including Utah and Arizona. Some schools have prohibited students from wearing Insane Clown Posse clothing as a result.

A criminal street gang is defined as a group of three or more people that commits crimes and have a common name or identifying symbol.

Juggalos: Not All Of Us Are Violent – Yet Most Are

REDDING, Calif. — A group of Juggalos tell us they don’t deserve negative attention and that the group actually prides itself on family and belonging.

KRCR News Channel Seven ran a story a few weeks ago about the “Juggalos,” people who follow the band The Insane Clown Posse.

Law enforcement considers them a gang and a recent murder in Redding has been tied to a Juggalo.

The Insane Clown Posse started out as hip-hop duo out of Detroit. Their lyrics are often violent and explicit. Radio stations won’t play their songs and MTV won’t show their videos, but they have developed a large group of very loyal fans. Some of them dress up and paint their faces like the two band leaders.

Our Juggalo story hit the internet and we’ve had people from all over the world e-mailing us, saying not all Juggalos are bad. Many also stressed that not all Juggalos treat the group like a gang.

Joseph Herinck is a Juggalo and Lacy Tomas is a Juggalette.

They tell us they grew up as outcasts until they got their hands on Insane Clown Posse CD’s. That’s what led them to the Juggalo community, where they say they are constantly surrounded by love and acceptance.

They admit that some Juggalos might commit crimes, but say a few bad apples shouldn’t ruin it for the whole bunch.

They tell us, “we are part of this community. We have families, we have jobs, we pay our taxes, we go to work everyday and it’s just kind of prejudice to me to be able to just sit there and say that every Juggalo is the same. People are gonna do what they’re gonna do regardless of what religion or you know, thing they’re a part of. We all might be Juggalos but we still make decisions that aren’t the best, individually.”

They tell us their figure, a hatchet man, symbolizes their Juggalo community. They say just because they have a symbol, doesn’t mean they’re a gang.

Herinck and Tomas tell us they like being Juggalos because it allows them to be around other people who share the same interests and taste in music.

They want to prove to the community that not every Juggalo is about violence. Herinck and Tomas say they even have plans of organizing some community clean-ups.

Lovely how the icp and juggalo media unit work , maybe if juggalos were not commiting murders , attacking people , drawing gang tags and making threats online and offline the police and media would leave them alone.

This site alone gets 2 threats a day from juggalos wanting to meet us and kill us